No exceptions for unvaccinated taking kids to classes in malls
The Straits Times|October 15, 2021
Caregivers can make alternative arrangements: Enterprise Singapore
Shermaine Ang and Adeline Tan

Exceptions will not be made to allow unvaccinated caregivers of children attending tuition or enrichment classes to enter malls, unlike those going to childcare centres and pre-schools.

A spokesman for Enterprise Singapore told The Straits Times yesterday: “Childcare centres and pre-schools are key services typically required by parents who need to return to work.”

Unvaccinated caregivers can make alternative arrangements, such as for a vaccinated person to take the child to class. They can also obtain a valid negative preevent test (PET) result to enter the mall, the spokesman added.

Unvaccinated people will be barred from entering malls from next Wednesday under the new vaccination-differentiated rules.

Exceptions will be made for those who need access to childcare or medical services within the malls, provided they show proof such as an appointment card or a letter of support.

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